BIOGRAPHY: Born in Baldwin, Long Island in 1935, Helen Rundell is now famous for her beautifully serene nature scenes that are reminiscent of the work of Andrew Wyeth and bring to mind the prose of Henry David Thoreau.
Helen Rundell is considered one of the world’s premier golf artists, recreating some of the most beautiful and memorable scenes in golf history. Helen’s works have been featured in more than 300 galleries across the U.S., Japan, and Australia, along with 22 American embassies, including Cairo, Helsinki, Paris, and Geneva.
About painting golf scenes, Helen remarks, “If there is one desire I have, it is to capture the passion of the game…to give the viewer a glimpse into the past and hold it there for all eternity.” She feels a deep emotional connection to her art and focuses intensely on the details, reveling in their complexity.
Helen’s works have been acquired by the Smithsonian Institution, the Nelson Rockefeller Collection, the National Museum of American Art, Washington, D.C., and the National Military Academy at West Point.